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 11-15-2002, 15:37 Post: 45028
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 Cub cadet Starter Relay Fix Kit

Does anyone know anything about the starter relay fix kit that Ted was taking about a while back?
Part no. Or bulletin no. I called the cub cadet dealer and they didnít know anything about it.






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 11-16-2002, 12:07 Post: 45052
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 Cub cadet Starter Relay Fix Kit

I was told that I was basically an idiot for asking Cub also
They told me it was probably not "grounded" properly.
I hope you can help us out Ted cause its not my GROUND
and they no nothing of a "fix kit"
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 11-18-2002, 16:03 Post: 45116
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 Cub cadet Starter Relay Fix Kit

No Larry, you most certainly are not an idiot. If there is any failing it is on the Cub Cadet end. The Relay is a Bosch unit and its part number is CC 925-1375, it lists for 22.59 but most dealers will sell it for 20.33, and still make their fair share. THIS HOWEVER, IS NOT ALL THERE IS TO THE STORY. Your dealer must, if they can find their phone, call CC Parts (330 273 7150) and ask that they fax the installation instructions to them, or you. Without the instructions you won't have a clue what to do. Also, you will need a 20A fuse and holder, four five foot lengths of multi-colored 14GA multi-strand wire, and an assortment of crimp on connectors. The instructions are easy to follow and the fix is a good one, my 7275 starts perfectly afterwards.

Neither you, nor anyone else should be made to feel petty due to the ignorance of a dealer. Unfortunately, and this is one reason an L35 Kubota is parked behind my CC7275, MTD is going downhill fast. MTD doesn't care about its dealers, or its customers. They are concentrating on making a fast buck and moving on. Their products run the distance from simple and cheap to complex and expensive, yet they remain understaffed at best and incompetent at the worst when it comes to after the sale service. Did you know that in all of MTD there is only one (1) Mitsubishi diesel expert?

MTD is also not too fussy when it comes to who sells their products. I know of several hole-in-the-wall shops that have absolutely no diesel training, have no workshop manuals, no factory tools, and sell the 7000 series Cubs. So it was no surprise to me that in the movie "Sling Blade" that the homicidal moron "Karl" went to work for a Cub Cadet dealer and murdered the "bad guy" with what looked like a Cub garden tractor mowing deck blade. At least "Karl" could figure out how to sharpen it. I doubt if your dealer could have done as much. Good luck, Larry. Let us know how you make out. And for gosh sakes, find a dealer who will work for you, not against you.






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 11-18-2002, 18:48 Post: 45123
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 Cub cadet Starter Relay Fix Kit

Thanks Ted!
I'll give it another shot!
What about this dealer that advertises on this site White's??






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 11-19-2002, 09:56 Post: 45166
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Ted
Cub is telling me this a relay-not a kit & they have no idea what I'm taking about.
They say this a "plug" that cannot be wired up it just "plugs" into some mysterious part
Larry






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 11-19-2002, 16:52 Post: 45181
Ted
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O.K., right now I'm P.O.'d in spades. I really don't give a flying F**K about Cub and what your lame dealer is telling you. Either you are jerking me around or Cub is jerking you, and if the desired result is to get me mad then it has worked. For the last time, buy the damned relay, get the supplies I told you to get and if I have any luck, you'll be getting two TIFF files in your E-mail which are the original MTD CC instructions faxed to dealers.

BTW, MTD first learned about this problem over two years ago, they being the clue-less folks that they are had to go to Mitsubishi for the fix. Originally, dealers that reported the problem were sent wire, relay, connectors and instructions. Now they just carry the relay and ARE SUPPOSED TO FAX THE INSTRUCTIONS TO DEALERS.

As for Art White's dealership, well he has been a wealth of good information here and has always tried to help. It would seem to me that his loyalty to this board is a positive thing and maybe he, like the dealer I work with, will be willing to go the distance for you. But if the people on the other end are lame, then even good intentions will get no results. I'll try to send you the info now.






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